Copper has an important role to play in addressing issues critical to society. These include contributions to food supply, infrastructure, CO2 reduction and sustainable development. The copper industry works to engage employees, communities and governments in addressing the challenges encountered in providing essential materials for society. International Copper Association members and stakeholders along the copper value chain understand their responsibility to the environment and the communities in which they operate.
InfraestructuraInfrastructure relies on copper because of its reliability, efficiency and performance. Copper’s properties are vital for a range of activities including safe energy transmission and efficient transport.
(production and delivery of energy and energy storage) Telecommunications
(data centers, networks, cell towers) Water Supply
Food ChainCopper not only helps farmers produce more and get products to market, it also helps grocers keep food fresher for longer periods of time.
(water and waste systems) Energy
(to power equipment)
Medical DevicesCopper-alloy components are essential to deliver life-saving therapies and to improve the quality of life for patients.
(care and medical robots)
(human tissues and active implants)
ManufacturingCopper is essential for manufacturing industries that keep global economies working.
TecnologíaCritical minerals, like copper, keep up connected to each other and working more efficiently.
Computers and Laptops
(smart buildings - heating and cooling systems)
Renewable Energy Generation
(solar panels and wind turbines)
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